You’ve met a great guy online.
You’re texting back and forth, and you find yourself in stitches.
This guy is so funny! He always has a clever comeback.
You can’t wait to meet him, but there’s one little problem…
Those hilarious texts?
He didn’t write them.
He used AI to write his responses.
Thanks to technology like ChatGPT, artificial intelligence can now help us write texts when we don’t have a clue what to say.
All you have to do is explain the scenario and ask for what you’d like.
For example, you might type, “I had a great first date, and I would like to see him again. Give me 10 examples of texts I could send him.”
You’ll get suggestions like…
I’m pretty sure we broke some sort of record for the most laughs in one date. How about we try to break it again on our next one?”
I have a confession to make. I already started planning our second date in my head. Are you free this weekend to make it a reality?”
I’ve been trying to come up with a witty text for the past 10 minutes, but all I can think about is how much I enjoyed our date. Let’s do it again soon?”
No more need to call a friend and brainstorm ideas. AI is available 24-7 and never tires of helping you.
All of which means…
From 2023 onwards, no matter how much you enjoy texting someone, you can never be sure those words are his.
(And, with AI exploding across the internet, you can’t even be sure that the article you’re reading was written by a human being!)
But Can AI Write Romantic Poetry?
I had a friend who made his name in high school by writing bad rhyming poetry.
Now ChatGPT can churn out a romantic poem faster than a human can.
Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
I met a girl,
And she was quite the view.
We went out to eat,
And the food was quite great,
But it was her company,
That made it a perfect date.
She told me her stories,
And I shared a few of mine,
We laughed and joked,
And had a wonderful time.
The night was young,
And we wanted more fun,
So we went to a bar,
And danced until we were done.
The night ended with a kiss,
And I knew it was true,
This girl was something special,
And I didn’t want to be through.
So now here I am,
Writing this silly little rhyme,
Hoping that she’ll agree,
To go on a second date with me sometime.
If you don’t feel like you’re a particularly creative or witty person, you can ask AI to come up with a romantic poem for his birthday or a funny caption for a photo.
The Perfect Profile-Writing Partner
Thanks to technology, it’s never been easier to create a dating profile that shows you off at your best.
Filters and photo effects can make you look mysterious, sexy, and alluring—even if that’s not how you feel in real life.
If you’re stuck with what to say in your profile, AI can even write your bio for you.
I threw in a few details about me, and here’s what it came up with:
Hi there! I’m a nature-loving writer who’s passionate about exploring new trails and cultivating my garden. When I’m not outside, I’m usually curled up with a good book or brainstorming new ideas for my writing projects.
I’m looking for someone who shares my curiosity and thirst for personal growth. Someone who’s comfortable discussing big ideas and diving deep into conversations about life, love, and everything in between. Ideally, you’re someone who also enjoys spending time in nature and exploring all the wonders that the world has to offer.
I believe in living life to the fullest and taking risks to pursue my dreams. I’m hoping to find someone who shares my sense of adventure and is excited about exploring new possibilities with me. If you’re ready for a partner who’s passionate about life and loves to laugh, let’s connect and see where this journey takes us!
Not half bad!
Now for the sticky question…
Is This Ethical?
Is it ethical to text him something you didn’t write?
Personally, I think the genie is out of the bottle.
If you go online, you’ll find articles that list hundreds of different romantic texts.
These days, if a guy has good texting game, it’s safe to assume he’s had some help.
So, the next time you meet a great guy online, don’t jump to any conclusions. His messages may be clever and funny, but he may not be like that in person.
For more information on the limitations of texting, check out this article.